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Peace through music

Hanna Lipschultz, Staffer February 20, 2024

On Feb. 14, Paramount Pictures released “Bob Marley: One Love” starring Kingsley Ben-Adir as the world renowned Jamaican singer-songwriter and activist. Audiences are loving the film — however many...

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‘Madame Web’ falls flat

Abby Bartleson, Staffer February 20, 2024

After seeing a good amount of trailers and promo for “Madame Web,” I was excited to head to the theaters and give it a watch. Released Feb. 14, unfortunately this movie did not exceed, or even meet...

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Checking Into A Hell of a Hotel

Gabriel Fink, Staffer February 20, 2024

Everyone, especially highschoolers, have done bad things. Things they weren’t proud of — things they regret or things that caused harm in some way. If the afterlife exists, most of us hope we’ve...

Footlong pretzel, churro and cookie from Subway on Feb. 13. Subway released footlong items permanently as part of its Sidekicks menu.

Subway’s supersized snacks

Rylie Unangst, Staffer February 15, 2024

Sandwich food chain Subway recently released a new menu of footlong treats, enticing many to try the high caloric desserts. Following last year’s announcement of Subway’s sugar content in their bread,...

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‘Puppy Bowl’ makes pet adoption pup-ular

Kayleigh Bishop, Copy Editor February 14, 2024

Every year since 2005, puppies compete in a high-stakes football game called the “Puppy Bowl.” The rules of the “Puppy Bowl” are as follows: if a dog drags one of the chew toys across the finish...

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A word from our sponsors

Alan Gardner, Staffer February 13, 2024

On Feb. 11, we got to witness the Chiefs and the 49ers play a down-to-the-wire showdown on the big stage of Super Bowl LVIII. In between all of the tension and excitement about the big game we saw a handful...

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‘Argylle,’ block-bummer

Jeremy Eichten, Staffer February 13, 2024

“Argylle” is a newly released movie directed by Matthew Vaughn, which is based on a book written by unidentified authors who wrote the book under the name Elly Conway. This movie is star-studded, featuring...

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Is ‘Lisa Frankenstein’ a Franken-hit?

Rackam Walberg, Staffer February 12, 2024

On Feb. 9, Universal Pictures released its new horror comedy “Lisa Frankenstein” starring Katherine Newton and Cole Sprouse. Directed by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody, the film is coming...

TV mini-series survives sky-high

TV mini-series survives sky-high

Leo Justesen, Staffer February 8, 2024

On Jan. 26, Apple TV+’s new mini-series “Masters of the Air” was released. The TV mini-series demonstrates the perfect way to create a film adaptation of a book. What at first glance may seem like...

“All Is Yellow” brings mellow vibes

“All Is Yellow” brings mellow vibes

Jack Betzer, Staffer February 6, 2024

In his first official collaborative project, “All Is Yellow,” Cole Bennett seemed to be exploring a new way of approaching the rap game. This album contains 14 tracks adding up to 42 minutes in length....

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Limited series success

Rylie Unangst, Staffer February 5, 2024

On Jan. 25, Netflix released its new limited series “Griselda” starring unrecognizable Sofia Vergara in a recounting of drug lord Griselda Blanco’s life. The show is already gaining high praise for...

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Rock or Not?

Jana Faust February 1, 2024

English rock band The Smile released a new album on Jan. 26 called “Wall of Eyes.” After releasing their first album in 2022, The Smile announced their second album in Nov. of last year, with the announcement...

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